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Admission Ticket to the Dakota Discovery Museum

Admission Ticket to the Dakota Discovery Museum - Mitchell, South Dakota

Duration: Flexible
Location: Mitchell, South Dakota

From USD
$7.50

Take a self-guided tour of this premier museum in the region dedicated to preserving the past, informing the present, and building the future.

Register at the desk in the main building, and choose to begin your self-guided tour in the main building or outside in the museum’s village.

The main building holds five galleries. First, visit the History Gallery which is dedicated to illustrating the history of the region through physical artifacts ... More info ›

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Take a self-guided tour of this premier museum in the region dedicated to preserving the past, informing the present, and building the future.

Register at the desk in the main building, and choose to begin your self-guided tour in the main building or outside in the museum’s village.

The main building holds five galleries. First, visit the History Gallery which is dedicated to illustrating the history of the region through physical artifacts. Next, visit the three art galleries and a changing gallery on the second level. The changing gallery houses exhibits that rotate out three to five times per year. Two of the art galleries are dedicated to the artists Oscar Howe and Charles Hargens. The final gallery contains a blend of native, tribal and pioneer art.

The village portion is located directly behind the main museum building. It contains an 110-year-old prairie church, a one-room schoolhouse that opened in 1885, a railroad depot, and the home of Louis and Mary Beckwith. Louis Beckwith was the cofounder of one of the Corn Palace.

The museum is also home to the Garret Gift Shop where books, art, and souvenirs are available for purchase. This includes the availability of framed and/or unframed, numbered Oscar Howe prints.

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